Looking for Leon - Shirley Benton Reviews
Description:ISBN 1842234692 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Shirley Benton / 374 pages / Book published 2011-02-24 by Poolbeg Press Ltd
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Looking for Leon by Shirley Benton
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Shirley Benton Looking for Leon
Pages: 374, Paperback, Poolbeg Press Ltd
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
Customer Looking for Leon - Shirley Benton Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/04/11
I love checking out new authors and finding new voices, and I am very glad I checked out this one. I laughed my way through this book and couldn't wait to find out where Leon was. I was delighted that there was a well thought out and non obvious conclusion to the book. I also thought the story line was very original. I really enjoyed it and haven't been able to get into another book since I finished this one because I was sorry that it ended and everything seems dull in comparison to it since.
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